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AFA's tickets for Tall Tree Music Festival SOLD OUT! Proceeds to help fund Avatar Grove Boardwalk!
June 18, 2012
The great folks at the Tall Tree Music Festival donated 10 tickets to the AFA (our's just sold out! Additional tickets available at www.talltreemusicfestival.com) to sell for their third-annual event happening this June 21, 22 & 23! The fesitval (19+) is set in the rugged hills of Port Renfew not far from the Avatar Grove and features 3 nights of great live music, awesome DJ's and amazing people! If you've been the previous years, you know this is not a weekend to miss! A HUGE thanks to the Tall Tree Society for their continued support towards the protection of BC's ancient forests!
*You must be at least 19 years of age with two pieces of Government ID to enter the festival. No ID = no entry.
Please visit the Tall Tree website for location info, artist line-up, Tickets & camping tickets, FAQ's, etc! http://talltreemusicfestival.com/
THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW:
Location: Brown's Mountain, Port Renfrew
Camping: (These tickets can be purchased here)
GETTING READY FOR TALL TREE:
Be prepared for camping:
Bring layers—Browns Mountain gets cold at night, even in the summer. Be prepared for coastal weather: both heavy rain and sunshine. Bring sunscreen. Bring a flashlight (or two) for the evening. Bring a tarp for your tent. Be prepared for insects. Bring water to stay hydrated.
Be ready to walk a lot:
After parking, you'll have to walk your gear to the shuttle pickup, and once dropped off you'll have to walk your gear to your camping site. Be prepared to have to walk through the gates. We're on a mountain—be prepared to walk/trip/fall on uneven terrain. Campsites can be up to 1-2km from the main stage, so bring your walking shoes/sandals/calloused feet.
The parking area is separate from the camping area.
Do not leave valuables in your vehicle. All vehicles are parked at the base of the mountain and all festival attendees will be shuttled up to their campsites.